How do we keep up with all the changes and advancements in Microsoft Teams. Well it’s not easy and some might say it’s a full time job with the Office 365 road map. So let’s start with some items coming to the Administration side of Teams. Now these are features that have been released or are releasing to tenants as we speak:
Its a great time to start using Microsoft's Shift.
Shift which is also available on mobile IOS and Android devices is making a few changes this month.
For those of you not familiar with Microsoft Shift, it is an app in Microsoft Teams [replacing StaffHub sun setting in October 2019] keeping Firstline workers connected and in sync. Allowing working not in an office environment to be able to view their upcoming shifts, can see who else is scheduled for the day, request to swap or offer a shift, and request time off.
Have you ever wondered what people use OneDrive for exactly and how it is different then say SharePoint or a file share?
Much like SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server document libraries, OneDrive for Business allows you to work with files in the cloud or locally on your computer.
Have you ever wondered what some of the limits to SharePoint Online are?
Recently we had our SharePoint Online consultants ask a few of our new clients this very question.
We discovered that most did not know what the limits of SharePoint Online were.
Below is a table showing licensing and features that come with SharePoint Online.
How do we keep up with all the changes and advancements in SharePoint and Office 365. Well it’s not easy and some might say it’s a full-time job with the Office 365 road map. So let’s start with some items coming to SharePoint Migration Tool. Now these are features that have been released or are releasing to tenants as we speak:
SharePoint Migration Tool – Have you worked with this tool to migrate content over to SharePoint Online? Microsoft has updated a few items in this tool.